Yesterday, I spent the bulk of the day converting a DataList to a ListView. I thought I’d spend a little time relating the process for those of you who might be interested in doing the same.
Several weeks ago I presented jQuery at the DotNet User’s Group in Connecticut. As part of that presentation, I mentioned that I handle errors from my WebServices in a slightly different way than what most authors teach.
I thought this morning would be a good time to cover that method in detail.
Many times in our queries, we aren’t looking for an exact match. We are looking for one string that exists in another. There are a couple statements available to us that will allow us to do this.
The first of these is the LIKE statement, and if you are familiar with DOS or the Linux equivalent, this should look familiar to you.